Update: OnePlus will launch 5 new products, not smartphones.
According to a well-known tipster @IshanAgarwal, OnePlus will launch at least 5 new products in India and other markets in addition to the OnePlus 8T.
Agarwal did not elaborate on what these devices are, but said, ‘You won’t be able to guess one of these at least. It hasn’t/leaked been mentioned anywhere I guess’. In the subsequent tweets, he only wrote the word ‘bass’, hinting at some kind of audio equipment. So we do not rule out the possibility of true wireless headphones or Bluetooth speakers.
By the way, in addition to smartphones, OnePlus has already launched backpacks, a variety of wired headsets, true wireless headsets, TVs and other products.
The OnePlus 8T 5G will be released on October 14. It is expected to use a 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 865 SoC, a 48MP quad-camera, a 12GB RAM, a built-in 4500mAh battery, supporting 65W fast charge, and many more.
OnePlus 8T Screen
But we’d like to focus on the screen because it is going to be the biggest selling point of the device.
The OnePlus 8T smartphone will use a 2.5D flexible screen. The latter will support 120Hz refresh rate and 8192 brightness adjustment. In addition, it also will get an authority DisplayMate A+ certification. As you can see, the screen quality of the OnePlus 8T is really strong.
OnePlus has put a lot of effort and money on this screen. OnePlus has invested 100 million yuan ($14.65 million) in research and development to customize a unique and exclusive display.
As said, the OnePlus 8T’s display has an 8192 level automatic brightness adjustment and JNCD average 0.3. The former is regarded as one of the highlights of this OnePlus 8T screen upgrade. Compared with the 4096-level brightness adjustment of the OnePlus 8 series, the experience will be more delicate and comfortable. For example, when moving from a brighter environment to another darker environment, sudden changes in light aggravate the glare of the smartphone screen. The 8192-level brightness adjustment can help smooth the screen brightness and bring a softer vision.
As for JNCD, this is mainly related to the color display of the screen. JNCD is a good way to weigh the color accuracy. It is generally used to reflect the color shift level. The smaller the value, the smaller the color shift and the more accurate the color display. The effect you see is more realistic.
According to information from Amazon in Germany, the price of the machine is expected to start at 599 euros.